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QUAY COMEDY CLUB RETURNS FOR 2015

fintaylorcomedyQuay Comedy Club returns for the New Year on Friday 30th January with three great comics performing in the Theatre for a cabaret experience.

Quay Arts works with Off The Kerb Productions to bring you the best in comedy and entertainment. In short Off The Kerb are serious about comedy. With over 30 years’ experience in the business and their internationally renowned artists have won numerous prestigious awards ranging from the British Comedy Award to the coveted if.comedy Award (previously the Perrier Award).

The monthly Comedy Club delivers three comics who will make you belly laugh at a price you can afford. Performances contain adult themes and strong language. The January Line-up is:

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Fin Taylor (pictured above)

Fin Taylor is a stand-up comedian who, at the age of just 23, has gigged internationally, warmed up for TV shows such as Never Mind the Buzzcocks and BBC1’s Pointless, and supported Glenn Wool on tour.

A regular performer at the Edinburgh Festival, he has appeared in prestigious showcases such as The Lunchtime Club and The Big Value Show.

Carly Smallman (3) jan comedy clubCarly Smallman (Featured image)

Carly Smallman sings funny songs and her unique blend of outrageous impropriety and adorable sincerity has established her as a firm favourite on the comedy circuit.  She has appeared as a panelist on ITV’s Viral Tap, doing stand-up on The Rob Brydon Show, a regular cast member for hidden camera show Secret Interview, moaned about irritating individuals on The Most Annoying People and criticised people’s life choices on The Top 50 Plastic Surgery Shockers.  She has also written and performed sketches for BBC Comedy Online, and has been heard on What’s So Funny with Rufus Hound.

Andrew-ONeill-007 (4) jan comedy clubAndrew O’Neill

Andrew O’Neill is a stand-up comedian, a metalhead, an amateur occultist and a musician. He’s pretty much been a show off since birth. He created comedy sketches in assemblies at school, and pissed away his A Levels making comedy films with his mates on his brother’s camcorder. He has done a bit of telly, (including Never Mind The Buzzcocks, and Saxondale with Steve Coogan) and lots of radio (including BBC Radio 1, Radio 4, Radio 4 Extra, and 5live) but live is where the hidden mind-control signals planted in his work are most effective.

Tickets are £12 in advance or £14 on the door over 18s only. Doors from19:00. Bar and set menu available on the night served between 19:00-20:00. Buy tickets online at www.quayarts.org.

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